Case Studies

Working across most industry sectors we prepare designs for all manor of scaffolding structures and temporary works applications. These include temporary roofs, dead shore supports, raking and flying shores and independent access scaffolds utilising both traditional tube and fitting scaffold or the many system scaffolds on the market. We also prepare designs using other materials such as timber or steel. Below you will find some examples of the projects we have been involved with recently.

TATE MODERN 2 – BANKSIDE – LONDON

Arguably our most testing project to date, whilst only being a basic access scaffold for bricklayers, the shape of the building meant that the scaffold design had to be innovative and meticulously planned to achieve the end result. CLIENT Swift Scaffolding Limited PROJECT Tate Modern 2 — Bankside, London PROJECT PERIOD 2014 — 2016
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THE BLUE WHALE PROJECT – NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM LONDON – KENT

This project require a gentle touch, to enable the Blue Whale Skeleton to be removed for renovation after being hung in the mammal hall since 1938. The Mammal Hall within the museum was to be kept open during this work so careful planning was require to set out the bridged gantry around the other exhibits whilst…
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ROYAL ENGINEERS MUSEUM – GILLINGHAM – KEMSING, KENT

Our Brief on this project was to provide a temporary roof scaffold which would cover the quadrangle roof over the main exhibit hall. Many years ago a roof was constructed over the what was then open courtyard to provide a covered space forming the main exhibit hall for the Museum. This took the form of a…
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